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  <header walk="20 minutes" sun="Mid afternoon onwards" rock="Dolerite" acknowledgement="" intro="" history="" access="Ross Quoin is located 25km south east of Ross. Take the Tooms Lake road from Ross for 18km then turn left on Honeysuckle Road for 7km. You will pass the obvious cliff on the left after 5km, but continue on to park near a locked gate at 7km. Head up and left following a 4WD track for 10-15 minutes until below the cliffs. Head up right of the overhanging lower cliff to the main cliff." camping="" autonumber="false" name="Ross Quoin" id="66"/>
  <text id="76" class="heading3">The Ivory Tower</text>
  <text id="68" class="text">The central and highest buttress of the main cliff is a slightly overhanging 35m face split by a ledge at 15 m, that tapers to nothing on the left side.</text>
  <climb name="The Nothing" id="69" fa="Nick Hancock &amp; Ken Palmer  Mar 2013" grade="25" length="35m" number="" extra="" stars="***">Start just round to the left of the main face of the Ivory Tower. Climb past 8 U bolts to a small ledge below a blank corner, follow this past 6 more U bolts, to a very thin finish, the Nothing!</climb>
  <climb name="The Neverending Story" id="70" fa="Nick Hancock  Jan 2016" grade="27" length="35m" number="" extra="" stars="***">Start on the left side of the main face and climb a thin seam up, then right, to pass the small roof at the left end of the ledge that cuts across the cliff. Ascend a nice groove to increasingly desperate climbing on the lovely headwall, 17 U bolts.</climb>
  <climb name="The Swamps of Sadness" id="71" fa="Nick Hancock  Dec 2016" grade="26" length="35m" number="" extra="" stars="***">Climb a pumpy wall to the ledge, then continue up a thin groove to very technical moves in the very narrow groove above. 14 U bolts.</climb>
  <text id="77" class="heading3">The Black Hole</text>
  <text id="72" class="text">This is the lower cliff that is passed to the right of on the way to the Ivory Tower. It is most easily approached by circling round above it from the right, but is also approachable from the left.</text>
  <climb name="Event Horizon" id="73" fa="Nick Hancock  Nov 2012" grade="24" length="20m" number="" extra="" stars="**">Start on the right side of the severely overhanging face. Climb up leftwards via 7 bolts through several stepped bulges to a lower off.</climb>
  <climb name="Zero Gravity" id="74" fa="Ken Palmer  Mar 2013" grade="27" length="15m" number="" extra="" stars="**">Start up Event Horizon but continue straight up through a very steep groove. From a cramped rest swing out madly over the hard final roof. 7 bolts to a lower off.</climb>
  <climb name="The Wormhole" id="75" fa="Nick Hancock &amp; Kim Ladiges  Mar 2013" grade="20" length="15m" number="" extra="" stars="**">On the right side of the lower cliff, thrutch out across the big horizontal yellow roof crack using large cams up to #6 for protection.</climb>